When it comes to Content Management Systems (CMS), WordPress is the tool of my choice. Since I started using WordPress I have never looked back, however that doesn’t mean that it is flawless. I’ve occasionally ran into problems with the visual editor while updating posts and page text content on websites done in WordPress.
The visual editor buttons go missing and text in the content area changes color to white. This prevents you from seeing what you are actually typing due to a white foreground on a white background. In some cases the Visual tab disappears too although when you switch to the Text tab, it works perfectly with its toolbar buttons still visible.
Recently I found a lasting solution to this problem that impressed me. The first thing you should do while trying to resolve the problem is clearing your browser cache. In some cases as many web designers have found out, the problem is never with WordPress. It stems from your own browser cache and once you clear the browser cache, your visual editor gets back into shape.
If clearing the browser cache doesn’t resolve the problem, then you need to replace TinyMCE scrips. This is simply done by replacing the tinymce folder with a fresh copy. The path to the folder is /wp-includes/js/tinymce/.
If the above remedy doesn’t fix the problem, you’ll need to edit the wp-config.php file. Open the file and at the very top after the php opening tag, add the following snippet of code:
From these three remedies you’ll find that at least one will work and fix the problem. That’ll be a lasting solution